Point Bonita Lighthouse
just a few miles southwest from the flat in the Marin Headlands, Point Bonita Lighthouse is a great place to for a hike and to see the beauty of San Francisco, the Marin Coast and the Pacific.
If you are equipped with a car and looking to explore the entire bay, plan a day trip to visit this lighthouse. (Side note: The reception on the road is spotty - I would recommend saving the directions on the phone)
This place is a "wow!!" You'll be in a historic lighthous in the southwest corner of Marin County. You can get there only by going through a cave and across a pedestrian drawbridge. If the waves are big enough, you might catch a splash. The views are breathtaking, to say the least. You'll learn…
Historic active lighthouse reached by a half-mile trail offers visitor access & scenic ocean views. Opens Saturday and Sunday only from 12:30 to 3:30PM. Enjoy the stunning view driving from Marin Highlands down to the Point Bonita parking area. 8.5 miles away.
See the Bay Area and Golden Gate Bridge from coast. Beautiful trail and iconic views.
“If you are looking for a large chain grocery, this is one of the two Safeway stores in Mill Valley.”
“Biggest bike shop in town right on the bike path to Mill Valley and points north. ”
“Right as you get down from Marin headlands there is a secret beach with locals having a good time in the sun. ”